Monday will be a messy one with three weather impacts: Ice, rain and wind.
An icy mix of sleet and freezing rain will move in overnight. Temperatures will be near freezing along the coast, and likely below freezing in many inland towns.
Untreated roads will be slippery for the morning commute. Cars, sidewalks and driveways may be coated in a glaze of ice by morning.
It will stay cold inland through much of the morning. Treated roads should be okay for travel, but icy spots will linger.
Coastal towns will rise above freezing with plain rain.
Heavier rain in New Hampshire will start to move into western Maine during the late afternoon.
Downpours and maybe even a thunderstorm will move through during the evening hours. Temperatures should rise above freezing almost everywhere; the exception being the mountains and foothills where icy spots may linger.
A widespread 1 to 2 inches of rain is expected. Isolated spots may see up to 3 inches from the downpours that roll through during the evening.
Flooding of streets in poor-drainage areas is possible. Some of the smaller rivers or streams that are running high from snow melt may rise.
In addition to the ice and rain, strong wind gusts are possible Monday evening and night as the cold front sweeps through the region.
Southeasterly gusts over 40 MPH are expected along the coast and in the high elevations. Isolated to scattered outages are possible.
Stay with us for updates through the day.